In a 1997 Harvard Business Review article with the propitious title, The Living Company, Arie de Geus declared: “In the future, the ability to learn faster than competitors may be the only sustainable competitive advantage.” Of course change has always been with us. The list of corporate casualties is a long one: Kodak, General Motors, Sears Roebuck, US Steel, Borders, Pan Am, to name a few. But they represented a slow...Read the full article
Former CEO of international companies
Columbia Business School professor
Consultant to global organizations for creating winning strategies.
Creator of the Strategic Learning Process.
Author of the book, Strategic Learning